7.18.2012

Simon Says Stamp Sketch Challenge!

Quick Note: This is my second post of the day! Be sure to visit my 150,000 visit GIVEAWAY in the previous post!


Yes, that's right! This week over at Simon Says Stamp Challenge blog we have a fun new sketch for the challenge! It's a great one, too!


The team is playing with goodies from My Favorite Things this week, and I chose the fabulous Mini Wavy Pennant Dies! They are SO FUN!


A Banner Hello


I first put assorted washi tapes onto cardstock, and then ran them through my die cut machine to get the adorable flag cuts! The papers are all from the Basic Grey What's Up! line! The sentiment is from the Studio Calico/Hero Arts Hooray! Set.


Banner Hello (detail)


AND...as an added bonus, while making this card, I discovered that toothpicks actually go right through a Xyron 'X' sticker maker QUITE NICELY! LOL! Just say'n. HA!

As usual, Simon Says Stamp is offering one lucky winner of this challenge a $50 voucher to the store! YAY!


I am linking my card up to the Paper Issues Wishy Washi Challenge, too!

30 comments:

  1. Love the papers, but LOVE those wavy flags!!!

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  2. Great take on the sketch! I love your flags going in different directions. Makes it so fun! :)

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  3. really fun! The pattern variety is striking

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  4. So super cute!
    You are making me want that line now :)

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  5. what a cute card with the washi banners!

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  6. Gorgeous card Jennifer ! I LOVE LOVE LOVE those washi tape banners !! what a fabulous idea !! LOVE it :-)

    luv
    Lols x x x

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  7. Love those adorable pennant dies!

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  8. Love this card... The colors are perfect and love your use of washi tape... hugs

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  9. BEAUTIFUL card!!
    Love the patterned papers and
    the washi tape!!
    And those little flags... adorable!

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  10. That's so cool how you die cut the washi--the flags look awesome! Love the papers, too!

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  11. Oh I love this and those flags atre so cute!!!!

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  12. pennants! Love the different shapes, and the tip for diecutting washi tape (I have a mini banner that wants to try that!)

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  13. This is adorable! The colors are so happy

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  14. what a FUN little card--Love that you used Washi!

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  15. I love the color combo and using the washi as flags was brilliant.

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  16. What a fun card, those banners really add some life to it!

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  17. Love your take on the sketch and the fun tapes you used!!

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  18. Oh this is fabulous and love those cute banners.
    luv
    Debby

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  19. What a fantastic, happy card with those flags/banners! I love the toothpick tip too - very clever of you :)

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  20. This is fabulous Jennifer, your colour scheme is gorgeous - I love thos banners - they're stunning.

    hugs Heather xx

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  21. Okay, the washi tapes on cardstock and then cut into banner shapes is just the most brilliant thing I've read all day. Thanks for sharing that tip! I've been having fun with the What's Up line myself. Although, now that I think of it I uploaded other stuff today. Ah well....

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  22. This is too darn cute! I love that washi on cardstock idea. Thank you so much for sharing this with us at Paper Issues! We featured you today:http://paperissues.blogspot.com/2012/07/washi-flags-hello-card.html

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  23. So cute! I saw this featured on Paper issues and had to drop by.

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  24. Jennifer, this is SO cool! LOVE that mul-pennant flag... and who knew a toothpick would go thru a Xyron, no prob? LOL You are so creative! :)

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  25. Wonderful card- love the washi flags!

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  26. Just stunning Jennifer!! LOVE the Washi flags!! So very creative!!

    hugs...

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  27. Gorgeous Jennifer, I adore the pattern paper that you used and those sweet flags..hugs

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